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Without access to e-mail, many of us would cease to function. If you use e-mail regularly, there is a 100 percent chance that some of the e-mails you send or receive will be blocked. If such e-mails are not important to you, then you might not notice. However, if those e-mails are important, then inconvenience or anguish might result. There are precautions that you can take to retain access to e-mail privileges. Precautions begin with understanding the definition of IP address.
Yes, there are major problems with the email spams all around the world. But there has also been a major surge in the pop up ads! What do you think about it?
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Regarding DSBL.org - this is a "bedroom" operation run by another anti-spam vigilante: one person holds all the power, makes all the decisions, publishes bogus rules on his web page to make everyone think he's honest and responsible - then promptly ignores all his own "rules" and blacklists whoever he wants, however he wants, for however long he feels like.
I am disapointed that no research was done on this list, and this article then attempts to legitimize it!
You do know that if you visit any of the DSBL web pages with an older browser, that you immediately blacklist *yourself*, don't you ?
He's got a script running on all his web pages that immediately attempts to exploit your own PC's browser vulnerabilities to send spam ! You can verify this via google, then ask yourself: (A) Are you on a dynamic IP (if so, his web site will have blacklisted all future victims who'll be assigned your IP in future)
(B) How trushful is the rest of his site, since you've now proven that despit his claim of "not testing" anyone - here, right in your face, is his own web site doing *exactly* that...
Hint - go look through his own logs - you'll find evidence of him violating just about every rule he's pretending to abide by!